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Recently, I received a breathless letter from the editor of one of the most widely read magazines in education informing me that "the computer revolution is taking American classrooms by storm." The evidence? Current sales figures and recent market projections of how much money school consumers are going to be spending on microcomputers and microcomputer courseware by 1985.
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